Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2002 00:13:39 EDT
Subject: Re: exhaust gaskets and ar leaks
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Also make sure the header or manifold doesn't leak. My 1600 manifold leaked
for a long time and I blamed it on the seal, but it was a crack in the pipe
A new header from Stan fixed it.
In a message dated 8/4/02 7:11:22 PM Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Check the surface of the header (Extractor) flange with a straightedge. If
> it is warped excessively you will get a leak. Some headers have a weld
> bead around the seal side of the tubes and may cause leakage if not even.
> In this case it is necessary to have individual holes in the gasket for the
> center exhaust ports.
> If the head is flat and the header is flat then one normal gasket should
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